No majority rules system left in Bengal, Mamata Banerjee losing individuals’ certainty: BJP

Mamata Banerjee

Boss Minister Mamata Banerjee has lost individuals’ certainty and there is no majority rules system left in West Bengal, the BJP said on Thursday as it hit out at the TMC supremo over conflicts between saffron party laborers and police during fights in Kolkata and Howrah.

BJP president J.P. Nadda in a tweet said the gathering’s battle to spare the rich brilliance of Bengal will proceed.

Portions of Kolkata and abutting Howrah took after a fight zone on Thursday as BJP laborers and allies conflicted with police, heaving stones and hindering streets with consuming tires, to fight a series of killings of saffron party laborers.

“We remain with the individuals of Bengal in spite of the bold abuse of state power by Mamata didi. Our daring BJP Yuva Morcha ‘karyakartas’ constrained her to close the Secretariat. This is an affirmation that she has lost public certainty,” Nadda said.

Conflicts emitted at a few spots in the two urban areas in West Bengal during a walk called by the Bhartiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), the adolescent wing of the BJP, to Nabanna, the state secretariat when they destroyed blockades, authorities said.

The police workforce in revolt gear burst teargas shells beat up instigators and utilized water guns to separate the fights which are as yet seething in Kolkata and Howrah.

“There is no majority rule government in West Bengal. The individuals who challenge the administration are involved in cases or irritated by police or killed,” senior BJP pioneer and Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad told columnists at the gathering’s central command here.

He censured the “brutal treatment” of his gathering laborers by the state police.

“I might want to state to Mamata Banerjee and her gathering that in the event that they want to stop BJP’s advancement in West Bengal by lathi-charges and barbarities by the police, I guarantee them, they would come up short in their endeavors,” Prasad said.

He declared that Banerjee and her gathering are falling back on savagery as they are losing political ground in the state and said that there is criticism starting from the earliest stage the BJP will shape the following government in West Bengal.

“Is the fight permitted in Mamata Banerjee’s rule? Individuals who speak more loudly against her gathering are slaughtered. The main explanation for this is TMC losing their political ground in the state,” Prasad said.

He said so far 115 BJP laborers have been executed in the state.